The Angels Fan Cruise is back! If you're an Angels fan, be prepared to have a great time as you head south of the border aboard the Carnival Cruise Line's "Fun Ship"® Carnival Inspiration. Select players, including Angels alumni Tim Salmon (King Fish) and current Angel Tyler Skaggs, and Angels coaches Dino Ebel and Steve Soliz will be onboard to make your vacation memorable and in addition, you'll enjoy a cocktail reception with the Angels onboard, superb dining with Angels players and alumni, group amenities and exclusive activities. Space is limited, so make your reservations on this AAA Exclusive sailing by calling 888/874-7AAA or visiting your local AAA branch today! To register for the Angels Fan Cruise, go to aaa.com/fancruise.
The Angels Memorabilia Sale, benefitting the Angels Baseball Foundation, took place on February 22nd at Angel Stadium. Angel fans and collectors were able to purchase game used jerseys, baseballs, helmets, broken bats, cleats, batting gloves and BP tops.
The 4th Annual Angels 5K & Family Fun Run will take place on Saturday. March 29th. Participants have the opportunity to run and walk on the new 5K course that is mapped throughout Angel Stadium, including behind home plate, where the run concludes in front of the Home Plate Gate and the 2014 Heath Fair/Expo. The first 5,500 registered runners will receive a commemorative t-shirt and ticket voucher for an upcoming Angels' game during the 2014 regular season. New to the 2014 race is a finisher medal for the first 5,500 registered runners who cross the finish line. For more information and to register please visit angels.com\5k.
The Angels will host a morning Baseball Clinic at Angel Stadium for the members of the Angels R.B.I. League. The Angels' R.B.I. League, in partnership with Major League Baseball and local Boys & Girls Clubs provide kids who would otherwise not have the chance, or opportunity to play baseball and softball in an organized league. During the clinic, members of the league, ages 12 to 18, practice their fielding, batting, sliding, and pitching skills in the Angels outfield with Boys & Girls Club staff, local coaches, and Angels' players and coaches. For more information on the Angels R.B.I. league please visit the R.B.I page on the community section at angels.com.April 15, 2014 - Jackie Robinson Night
On April 15th, the Angels will join the Oakland Athletics and the rest of Major League Baseball to recognize Jackie Robinson Day and celebrate his monumental impact on baseball and civil rights for all. All teams will wear the retired #42 jersey in honor of Jackie Robinson.April 28, 2014 - Autism Speaks Night
On April 28th the Angels will host Autism Awareness Night with the Orange County chapter of Autism Speaks. Through ticketing initiatives Major League Baseball is partnering with Autism Speaks to recognize April as National Autism Awareness Month in a joint partnership. Autism Speaks will be recognized during a pregame ceremony and representatives from the Orange County chapter of Autism Speaks will partake in the traditional "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the 7th inning stretch on the field.April 29, 2014 - CIF Awards Night
The Angels are proud to annually honor the winners of the annual CIF Southern Section Academic Awards program during an on-field pre-game ceremony. These awards are given to local high school athletic teams who achieve at least a 3.0 grade point average during the first semester of the 2013-2014 school year. Each of the CIF-SS schools also selects a male and female individual Student-Athlete of the Year. After being recognized on the field, the group is invited to enjoy a great night of Angels Baseball with friends and family.
The Angels and the Literacy Project Foundation are collaborating together for a Readers in the Outfield event at the exclusive Diamond Club at Angels' Stadium. Together the Angels and the Literacy Project Foundation will host 100 students from the LPF reading program for an afternoon with Angels' alumni, executives and other community leaders.May 13, 2014 - AVID Awards Ceremony
The Angels will honor the 2014 Angels Scholars class in the Diamond Club. The Angels Baseball Foundation and the Orange County Department of Education identify outstanding eighth graders based on their academic achievement, financial need and enrollment in the college preparatory program, AVID. The Angels Baseball Foundation will award each Angels' Scholar a partial scholarship upon their acceptance into a four-year school.May 15, 2014 - Mother's Day and Susan G. Komen for the Cure Breast Cancer Awareness Day
The Angels are proud to partner with Major League Baseball and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation in their fight against breast cancer. Prior to the game, the Angels and representatives from the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation will honor breast cancer survivors during a pre-game ceremony. The Angels will also recognize an Honorary Bat Girl Winner, chosen by fans through a League-wide contest.May 19, 2014 - Water Awareness Night
The Anaheim City Council has proclaimed May as Water Awareness Month. For many years, Anaheim Public Utilities has sponsored a Water Conservation Poster Contest for all Anaheim students in first through eighth grade as part of its Water Awareness Month campaign. The Angels will honor the first-, second- and third place winners of the Water Conservation Poster Contest during a pre-game ceremony. Participating in this contest helps raise the awareness of the importance of water conservation in Anaheim children and their artwork spreads the message throughout the community. After the ceremony the winners are able to enjoy a night of baseball with their families and friends.May 22, 2014 - Albert Pujols Celebrity Golf Classic, Pelican Hill Golf Course
The 12th Annual Albert Pujols Celebrity Golf Classic will take place at Pelican Hill Golf Course in Newport Beach. The event will feature athletes, sports personalities, and entertainers along with an awards ceremony, dinner and auction. The tournament provides an entertaining event to raise funds and awareness for the Pujols Family Foundation.
The MLB Pitch, Hit and Run is the official youth skills competition of Major League Baseball. Boys and girls, ages 7 to 14, are given the opportunity to showcase their abilities in three fundamental skills: pitching, hitting and running. The Angels will honor the local winners of the MLB Pitch, Hit and Run competition during tonight's pre-game ceremonies. The group will compete earlier in the day at Angel Stadium of Anaheim for a morning skills contest. Participants advance through four levels of competition: Local, Sectional, Team, and National with the National Finals to be held at the 2014 All-Star Game at Target Field.
Intended to encourage youth participation and emphasize the fun of baseball, MLB Pitch, Hit and Run gives kids nationwide the opportunity to compete free of charge. For more information, please visit mlb.com/phr.June 11, 2014 - Angels to Honor Eighth Class of Angels Scholars
Prior to the game, the Angels will honor the 2014 Angels Scholars class in a pregame on-field ceremony. The Angels Baseball Foundation and the Orange County Department of Education identify outstanding eighth graders based on their academic achievement, financial need and enrollment in the college preparatory program, AVID. The Angels Baseball Foundation will award each Angels Scholar a partial scholarship upon their acceptance into a four-year college.
The fourth class of Angels' Scholars will graduate from High School this year and will receive their scholarships once accepted into college along with a new laptop generously donated by Toshiba.June 23, 2014 - C.J. Wilson Event (ESPN Zone)
The Angels Baseball Foundation and Orange County United Way invite you to take the first step to overcome poverty in Orange County by signing up for WALK UNITED, Sunday, June 29 at Angels' Stadium. These are tough times for many families and by teaming up with Orange County United Way and the Angels Baseball Foundation we can improve lives. So join us on Sunday, June 29 and WALK UNITED. WALK UNITED will feature a unique course that will take you around the Angels' field and will feature live entertainment along the course, free activities in the kid-at-heart zone, and gourmet food trucks. For more information on how you can WALK UNITED email: email@example.com. The walk will benefit Orange County United Way and the Angels Baseball Foundation.
Bring the whole family out for a day of fun on Sunday, June 29, 2014 and take part in something big! The Angels Baseball Foundation and Orange County United Way invite everyone to WALK UNITED to improve lives and strengthen our communities. This family-friendly event and resource fair will raise funds to benefit individuals and families living in Orange County by helping them meet their most basic needs and become self sufficient. Together we are better - team up and WALK UNITED!
The Angels are proud to host the members of the Angels R.B.I. League at an end of season banquet prior to tonight's game. Over 600 members of the league will be treated to dinner and special guest speakers in Angel Stadium's Music Garden. After the banquet, the group will be recognized during an on-field pre-game ceremony and will then be attending the night's game.
The Angels R.B.I. League, as a partnership of Major League Baseball, Angels Baseball and Boys & Girls Clubs Orange County Alliance, uses the games of baseball and softball to make a positive impact on the youth of Orange County. The Angels R.B.I. League provides kids ages 12-18, who would otherwise not have the chance, the opportunity to play baseball and softball. The league has served over 8,500 boys and girls in its ten seasons of play, with almost 500 playing in just the last season. A structured league format is provided for every participant, including a 10-game regular season; an on-field instructional clinic at Angel Stadium of Anaheim with professional coaches, players and trainers; an end-of-season play-off tournament and all-star team opportunity.